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Do you suffer from CFS?
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Do you suffer from CFS?

Chronic fatigue syndrome may have its origin in your gut, says Nikita Puri.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com For a long time, the origins and causes of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome have been shrouded in uncertainties, and a cursory search on the web for CFS promptly suggests that the condition may be psychological. With no known triggers and a lengthy process of diagnosis, the condition which causes debilitating fatigue was until now rather mystified. But researchers at Cornell University have ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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Tipping, the American way of life

Somebody should ask Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump their views on tipping, says Kishore Singh.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com When they aren't debating gender or religious discrimination, or discussing global geopolitics and climate change, somebody should ask presidential contenders Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump their views on gratuity. How excessive is still too little, for instance? Why should something for which you're paying require a sizeable commission too? Even if it irks ...
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Web monkeys

Ashish Sharma remembers a time when he set up the Web Monkeys to save the still new internet from doom.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com In the late 1990s, I was into computers, and I loved to read, but most of the books in the school library felt old-fashioned. The Hardy Boys and The Famous Five were fine, but they didn't live in the modern world. Even contemporary series, like Goosebumps and Fright Time, treated modern technology as an afterthought, as did many teachers -- I loved messing ...
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A date with the two legends of bengali cinema

This Saturday, a day ahead of Mahanayak Uttam Kumar's 36th death anniversary, members of renowned singer Pankaj Kumar Mullick and Uttam Kumar's family, organised a cultural evening at a city auditorium. The event featured performances and acts ...
 Times of India1 month ago Mamata confers Mahanayak Uttam Kumar Awards  The Echo Of India1 month ago Mamata Banerjee pays homage to Uttam Kumar  Press Trust of India1 month ago
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10 phrases Indians love to use!

There are phrases Indians love to use.And we don't care if we are using them right, says Anita Aikara.Illustrations: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com 1. Ate lunch Photograph: A scene from The Lunchbox, Step into any office post lunch, and you'll find people asking colleagues: "Ate lunch?" It's a very Indian translation of khanna khaya kya? or its equivalent in other Indian languages. Hey! It is grammatically wrong. It's about time we stopped eating up words and said the sentence right. Instead, ask: ...
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An unfading object of curiosity

With the support of technology, actors today have abundant opportunities that were not available during the years when Uttam Kumar moved effortlessly from one character to another, relying on the strength of the narrative and his own understanding ...
 The Statesman1 month ago
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The restroom diaries

'Every time I resist using a public loo, I remember my mother warning me how I would develop a kidney problem.''Now, I tell her I'd rather not have a skin infection or some other disease brought by using one,' says Divya Nair.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com Ever since I was a kid, I have hated the idea of visiting a public washroom. The stench, the dirt and the lack of hygiene have proved strong recommenders of bladder control whenever I am travelling from one point to another. Before you ...
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What purpose does Swachh Bharat serve?

'Can anyone honestly say with hand on heart that our streets and office buildings, railways and other public spaces are any cleaner?' asks Sunanda K Datta-Ray.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com Watching the burly young man in black T-shirt and jeans labouring in the Scandic Orion Hotel, where I was staying in the Norwegian town of Bergen, brought to mind those pictures of Narendra Modi grinning self-consciously as he clutched a long-handled broom. The contrast between the two visuals ...
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Trolls Impact? No Letters to the Editor please

'It may not be coincidental that the rise of these warriors with their bile and diatribes has come at a time when the concept of neutrality in journalism is fading,' says Amulya Ganguli.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh Two major newspapers -- The Times of India and Hindustan Times -- have done away with the Letters to the Editor column. Why the decision was taken in the secluded board rooms of the two giant establishments will never be known. Perhaps it was felt that the contents of the letters were ...
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Why you get personal loans faster than home loans

Adhil Shetty looks at the reasons why various loans are disbursed differently. Who would have thought ten years ago that you could get a personal loan approved on the spot with an almost instant disbursal? The growing use of digital technology means that loans are now not only easy to apply for using online applications and through mobile apps, but also are disbursed in equally quickly. While technology is cutting down on loan disbursal turnaround times, there is still a growing disparity ...
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